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details we send it over to philippe djegal. >> reporter: the oakland police is looking for a 13 year-old, 16 year-old, possibly wearing a red t- shirt. possibly carrying a handgun in oakland near 66 near the oakland coliseum. 3:40 p.m. the family, friends were walking down a lion the way it near the it lying in the creek crossing apartment complex. life in lyon -- creek. this 14 year- old boy was taken to the hospital with a non-life threatening injuries. the 15 year-old girl died on the dc-9. they do not know if there is a relationship the fact that she died on the scene. for the fact that he did open fire? this investigation is still ongoing in oakland, fully to go, kron 4. >> tonight at eleven. secretary of state hillary clinton hospitalized, with a blood clot. doctors say this is a medical problem related to a concussion she recently suffered. the blood clot was found today during a follow up medical visit. you may remember - 65-year- old clinton suffered a concussion several weeks ago after fainting while recovering from a stomach virus. she was supposed to return to work this w
and killed by the walnut creek police earlier this week. kron four's philippe djegal was there. he spoke to family and friends still in disbelief. >> it is difficult to get through, we are trying to get through this. >> reporter: a teary eyed marvin banta driving in from up north to memorialize his grandson. 22-year-old anthony banta. while at the same time wondering how this could be. he says banta was not a violent person. >> i do nothing that he was ever in a fight in his life he and his brother recall captains for the rest in a team of of the wrestling team. there were both-co captains. i do not know how anybody could have taken his life. >> reporter: banta was a stylist at the hair salon where the vigil was held. the owners say they've shed a lot of tears since the shooting. >> he was extremely gentle and kind. >> hihe is irreplaceable. you cannot find people like that. >> reporter: early thursday morning, police responded to a 9-11 call at the diablo pointe appartments in walnut creek. when they arrived, police say they were forced to shoot banta. beyond that. no explaination as to
came out for a vigil held last night for anthony banta. kron four's philippe djegal was there. he spoke to family and friends still in disbelief. devastated by the loss just before the start of a new year. >> banta's grandfather, marvin, driving in from up north to memorialize his grandson. 22-year-old anthony banta. while at the same time wondering how this could be. he says banta was not a violent person. banta was a stylist at the hair salon where the vigil was held. the owners say they've shed a lot of tears since the shooting. >> it to th are to strive to get for it. it is a difficult process. it is just -- a process of trying to get through this. he says that he was not a violent person. >> he and his brother were co captains of the wrestling team at high-school. they were role models and he had his head on the street. do not kn how this could have happened, he had his head on-stree straight >> he was extremely gentle, kind. >> he is irreplaceable. you just don't find people like that. >> thursday morning, they received a 911 call early thursday morning, police responded to a 9-11
more than others. we have team coverage tonight. kron 4's jeff bush is live in larkspur. philippe djegal reports from san francisco international airport. but first lets check in with jacqueline for the latest on our weather forecast. >> jacqueline: pam, this rate has not let up showers continuing to push to the bay area. a moderate weather cells pushing through san francisco. even the lightning strikes offshore. that, with the moderate rainfall and heavy rainfall over the golden gate right now. some lighter rain over the embarcadero. to zoom in, some heavy near ocean beach and berkeley. lighter rain fall in berkeley but in the north bay, some pockets of heavy rain throughout novado and san rafael. today, nearly two-inches thus far in portions of the north bay or three-inches in santa rosa. a bit of 1 in. in petaluma but by and large not that impressive today. more for today and this system looks stronger >> pam: we continue our storm coverage. and head to the northbay. that's where we find kron 4's jeff bush in larkspur jeff any more rain tonight yet? >> pam, it has been coming i
department. but that in this case, some of the neighboring businesses did. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> ooakland city leaders continue to battle a big jump in a crime. and today they laid down a new plan on how to do that. as previous plans to stop the violence this year -- have seemingly failed. there have been 127 homicides in oakland this year -- up 21-percent from the same period last year. 210 rapes -- up 23-percent. nearly 4-thousand robberies -- a 23-percent increase. and more than 12-thousand burglaries -- a jump of 44- precent. the first move. recruiting oakland residents to assits in a neighborhood policing program. the second step. bringing in a consultant to take a look at oakland's police department. kron four's jeff bush tells us who this high profile consultant is.and why his big city credentials could help bring down violent crime in oakland. >> reporter: bill bratton is the big name in the list of consulatants hired by opd. his carreer in policing has brought him to some of the biggest departments in the country. bratton was the new york city police commis
to take effect at the start of the new year in california. kron four's philippe djegal took at look -- and has some highlights. >> reporter: tougher guidelines for red-light cameras. it will be required that signs warning drivers that cameras are watching must be posted within 200 feet of the light. at the same time, the author of the bill says evidence used from the cameras will not be considered hearsay. murderers given a second chance. prisoners who commited murder as a child could now have a chance of returning to the streets. instead of life without parole. some offenders can fight for a new term of 25 years to life. >>> and, drivers licenses for illegals. some 400-thousand undocumented immigrants will be able to apply for athis applies to those in a federal program supporting immigrants who came to states as a child and have not broken the law. >>> another bill out of the assembly. gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician's assistants to prescribe that medication. >>> the homeowner bill
statements. laptop. desktop. c-d's and d-v-d's and more. kron four's philippe djegal explains what led to izumizaki's arrest -- and his eventual suicide. >> in a statement of in late september, the victim's father was made of weathe aware of the relationship by a parent of a close friend of the victim. they seized izumizaki is cellphone records and they found out that there was plenty of videos, texts, videos and all times of the day. some of these were even midnight, 3:00 a.m.. the victim was also a " friend " on his facebook page. after the. confronted the child, this continued after she was 18 years old, is led to them kissing each other, on the school grounds. the victim described this as an open mouth and easing their tongues and he was touching her over her clothing. attempted suicide and was found dead on the side of the road. phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. >>pam: richmond police are warning residents to be on the lookout for a serial rapist. who has attacked at least two women in the last six- months. kron four's jeff bush explains what happened, and shows you who police are loo
: kron 4's team coverage continues as philippe djegal gives us the latest update on delays and travel advisories at san francisco's international >> reporter: tough going for air travelers here at san francisco international airport. as long as conditions remain wet with poor visibility. airport officials say you can expect more flight >> it has been a nightmare. >> this is the first time i have had the worst experience. >> reporter: stranded passengers spread throughout sfo. on couches, chairs and on the floor. kids and the elderly. some texting or watching movies to pass time. >> we are expecting to see delays of 90-120 minutes. some could go as long as the 180 minutes. >> reporter: at 12-30 in the afternoon, 25 flights had been cancelled. by five o'clock, sfo spokesperson larry mares says that number had ballooned to 56 flights. 11 normally, we could take 60 flights per hour we are now cut to the amount of 30. >> reporter: david hill and his grandson steve upset their trip to costa rica has been delayed. >> i do not frustrate easily but i am frustrated right now. >> i just want to
kron four's philippe djegal reports. this was the last day to send your packages out priority mail if you wanted them to arrive by christmas. >>reporter: as closing time drew closer, the line at this post office on geary boulevard in san francisco grew larger. >> i have a good friend in north carolina and it is her birthday and christmas i'm hoping that it will get there by both. >>reporter: the post office announcing friday was the last day that packages sent out priority mail would make it to their destinations by christmas eve. >> we are raising funds for hurricane sandy and mailing them out. one person is in germany so i do not think that it is going to make it but the rest could possibly make it. >>reporter: priority mail usually takes two to three days to arrive. the post office says express mail can be shipped overnight.however, saturday is the last day for express mail to be shipped out in time for christmas. plus, it's more expensive. >> i do not think that they are going to make it their on-time record >> i am a bit of a procrastinator. the bfi sent it priority >>reporter
city. new at eight -- kron four's philippe djegal highlights a more than 800 new laws are set to take affect at the start of the year. that's right -- 800. i scanned through what passed through the state assembly and senate. here's what the governor made law and what you should know. assemblywoman joan buchanan's bill regarding metal purchases passed. the fine for dealers who knowingly buy metals used at public utlities facilities jumps up big time. now 250-dollars. in a few days. four times that amount. to one thousand dollars. another bill out of the assembly. gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician's assistants to prescribe that medication. and, drivers licenses for illegals. some 400-thousand undocumented immigrants will be able to apply for a license. this applies to those in a federal program supporting immigrants who came to states as a child and have not broken the law. the homeowner bill of rights will also go into affect at the start of the year. it's meant to give battle forecloser.
injuries. following an afternoon crash at an east bay funeral home. kron four's philippe djegal is in concord with what police say may have led up to the accident. >> reporter: police say it appears the damage here at the ouimet brothers concord funeral chapel is possibly the end result of a street race. at this point, we are still trying to corroborate that. both drivers are cooperating >> reporter: just after one- 30 in the afternoon. the concord police respond chevy nova slamming into a building. turns out that building is this funeral home on the 41- hundred block of clayton the accident also happening during an active funeral. >> only one person and the from roll hall was injured and they were transferred to a hospital. the vehicle were juveniles that struck the funeral home and they're also transpo transported to a local hospital court >> the was also a the other vehicle, a minor as well in the fourth mistake. >>> police say he was not injured. investigators say he is cooperating. police could not provide an estimate of the extent of the damage. in concord, philippe djegal
alone children. kron four's philippe djegal jons us now with how doctor's say you should talk to your kids about the shooting. philippe. norman is a child psychologist sign that they are aware of what happened. >> "children do know what happened in this era of 24/7 news coverage." so, child psychiatrist and director of the young adult and family center at u-c- s-- parents should talk to their kids. find out how much your child knows about the newtown shooting. to wait until your kids approach you. the situation. body language. if they act out of the ordinary -- talk them through their discomfort. >> "it's very natural children will fear school. but of course, children have to go back to school." >> doctor norman says escorting your child to school the first few days back is a good idea. ease them back in. at the safe time, keep them away from television and the internet for a while. >> "children should not watch the same images over and over again. that re- enforces the traumatic imagery in their minds and traumatizes them." >> and, as terrible as the shooting was. norman says it can
in a few continuing our weather team coverage. kron4's philippe djegal is live out in mill valley. a wind advisory has been issued throughout the bay area. philippe, what should we prepare for. besides more wet weather? >> reporter: possibly power outages and it downed trees and downed power lines. as brian mentioned, is picking up on the north area of mill valley 1 0 1 that the freeway is moving the decent. the cars not obstructed but we are going to host paid close attention to the wind with a with a 53 issued by the national weather service with gusting at 45 m.p.h., expected. it will be in effect until 1:00 p.m., tomorrow. the strongest wind gusting at 60 m.p.h.. it that will be on the coast and the hills. if when that does happen paid close attention to the power lines and the trees. you can deceive the you were to you are able to see that with the power lines and trees blowing heavily, you could want to call and a large power company. if you do not have enough canned goods? right now could be a good time to start a stock and up. it is picking up a little bit in mill valley. and as i
. >> great highway along ocean beach in san francisco remains closed. kron four's philippe djegal explains why the department of public works says the roads are not safe. >> the southbound lanes of agreed highway are off- limits to tour drivers, bikers and pedestrians of the accord highway. and did the department of public works has closed it from slope to lincoln boulevard it will remain that way and definitely your to wet deep puddles in the middle of the roadway. the southbound lanes that are closest to the water. in order for the department of public works to 3-open that water is going to wrap to be drained off. the department of public works is going to walk up and down the roadways clearing out to trains. allowing the rainfall to train, a record but clearing of those dream drainage areas, and the rainfall is so bad that they're actually suggesting you've used sunset boulevard. phillipe djegal , kron 4 news. p-g-and-e crews are out in force all around the bay area.. they are trying to restore service to thousands of customers who lost power crews were out in one of the utilities fo
to track the storm. kron4's philippe djegal is live out at san francisco's ferry building. is the rain getting >> it is actually getting a lighter. let me mention just as robin when stand mentioned i was crossing the bay bridge. as i was driving across the bay bridge. the wind was howling and moving the vehicles left and right to and with the slippery road to are quick to want to drive careful. under 45 m.p.h.. you are going to want to drive slowly. take a look at the embarcadero. i shot this video of people walking up and down. with umbrellas people wearing jackets, boots, anything to keep warm. and they all are familiar with these moist and reconditions. certainly, the weather is not keeping people inside totally i think that this would be totally deserted but that was not the case. we also saw some trees swaying along the embarcadero in the howling wind. it is going to be a busy night. i do not know what portion of the storm i.m. and but the rainfall was just a light drizzle. certainly, coming down harder, earlier. be prepared. reporting live, phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. >> conti
four's philippe djegal explains why some students want bell ringers banned from the university. >> if the uc berkeley government has of their way you will never receive the salvation army runners on campus ever again. and i think it has gone too far i would disagree with the band. and i think that the student body is discriminating against the salvation army. >> last month passed a resolution of the discriminatory practices of the salvation army and want to end the presence of the organization's donation containers on the uc- berkeley campus. students have mixed opinions >> and i think that if it is dividing the campus. >> from my stance, i believe that christians should be the bigger people. regardless, of what judgment is on one hand. >> the resolution states that the church services are only available for people that accept and abide by the doctrine and discipline. that excludes the homosexuality. the golden state of selvage an army responded to kron 4 and sang " totally false ". the only requirement is it demonstrated to need. >> our message to uc berkeley were not returned
. for allegations of child molestation. kron four's philippe djegal details the evidence against the man -- who eventually took his own life. >> these unsealed court documents paint a very dark picture of the former 28- year-old albany middle school teacher accused of engaging in lewd and lascivious acts with at least one of his former students. in his statement of probable cause to arrest james izumizaki, detective john costenbader says izumizaki was a teacher in the same school as the victim. so izumizaki was aware the the victim was 18 years of age. the documents say in late september, the victim's father was made aware of his daughter's relationship with izumizaki by a parent of a close friend of the victim. the father obtained izumizaki's cell phone records and discovered thousands of text messages between his daughter and izumizaki from may to september. texts, photos and videos were shared between the two at all times of the day. detective costenbader says some as late as mdinight and past three o'clock in the morning. the victim was also listed as a friend on izumizaki's facebook page.
's philippe djegal sits down with a child psychiatrist who gives tips on how to walk your child through this difficult time. >> "children do know what happened in this era of social media, internet and 24/7 news coverage." >>reporter: so, child psychiatrist and director of the young adult and family center at u-c-s--f, doctor kim norman says parents should talk to their kids. find out how much your child knows about the newtown shooting. he says sometimes it's best to wait until your kids approach you. don't offer young children too much information upfront. ask them how they feel about the situation. and, pay close attention to body language. if they act out of the ordinary -- talk them through their discomfort. >> "it's very natural children will fear school. but of course, children have to go back to school." >>reporter:doctor norman says escorting your child to school the first few days back is a good idea. ease them back in. at the safe time, keep them away from television and the internet for a while. >> "children should not watch the same images over and over again. that re- enfo
ones. kron four's philippe djegal talks to parents touched by the tragedy. grateful for these precious holiday moments with their kids. >> two days after the horror at sandy hook. on the other side of the country. parents here in the bay area. holding their kids a little tighter. spending the day at union square in san francisco. while keeping the community of newtown conneticut in their minds. >> we got out to destroy ourselves. it is really hard we want to do--district ourselves distract. it was encouraging to see the resilience of the victims' families >>reporter: brian chavaria stops to listen on the corner of the street. clinging to his 5-year-old son. his seven year old daughter also close by. make every single moment count. remember that. >>reporter: shopping and ice skateing in the square. enjoying the best the city has to offer. with a greater appreciation for life. christopher heppner not taking days like these with his wife and children for granted. >> being a parent is a new sense of respect and perspective on how innocent children to our. >> our heart will go out to them a
. new at eight. kron four's philippe djegal spoke to frustrated store owners who returned to work after theto an unpleasant surprise. >> reporter: the morning after christmas. rosa cabrera returned to the ahir salon she's owned on fruitvale avenue for five years. only to find a broken window near the entrance to rosa's hair salon. cabrera says she then checked in with a few neighboring businesses and found she wasn't the only victim of vandalism. cabrera says the window of a shuttle van for an elder care facility was also broken. so were these six windows to a vacant storefront on the corner of the street. cabrera says her salon has been sprayed with graffiti in the past. more than a year ago, her salon was also burglarized. she says her shop is safe. the doors are always gated and locked. she just hopes police can do more to prevent crimes like this from happening again. >> i like to stay here because it is a quiet area. this happened, i do not know why right now. but this is still happening. i might have to close business or moved to another area. i think they need to hire more police
difficult for adults to grasp. let alone children. kron four's philippe djegal has more now on how doctor's say you should talk to your kids about the shooting. >> "children do know what happened in this era of social media, internet and 24/7 news coverage." so, child psychiatrist and director of the young adult and family center at u-c-s-- f, doctor kim norman says parents should talk to their kids. find out how much your child knows about the newtown shooting. he says sometimes it's best to wait until your kids approach you. don't offer young children too much information upfront. ask them how they feel about the situation. and, pay close attention to body language. if they act out of the ordinary -- talk them through their discomfort. >> "it's very natural children will fear school. but of course, children have to go back to school." >>reporter: doctor norman says escorting your child to school the first few days back is a good idea. ease them back in. at the same time, keep them away from television and the internet for a while. >> "children should not watch the same images over and o
because of heavy flooding. kron-4's philippe djegal shows us... how traffic was affected ... and, he reports these closures happen more often than you might think. >> the rain started falling early friday morning here in the east bay. this is video from along highway 24 near the caldecott tunnell just after sunrise. slick conditions continued throughout the morning. it was also pouring rain further east along highway 4 in oakley, the california highway patrol says that at least two cars were involved young boy was flown to to john muir medical center. from sloat to lincoln the barricades turned cars around, asking drivers instead. >> we can still take any chances with overflow and make sure that it is cleaned out but we're just waiting for the water to subside. and allow traffic to get back in again. the department of public works collaborates with the taraval police substation on deciding when closing the great highway is appropriate. and, remember, whether crossing through the law and could result in a fine. in san francisco, news. >> pg&e is trying to restore service to c
... to breaking news at kron four dot com. philippe djegal, kron four news. take a look at this picture a viewer sent in. it's a car trapped on shepard canyon road in oakland. car is up to its roof in water. pictures of the storm send it was a five hour long ordeal on the richmond-san rafael bridge earlier today when high winds knocked over a big rig! high winds flipped over the empty tractor trailer early this morning blocking two left lanes. truck driver ignored the high wind warnng and was traveling abovet he speed limit when he flipped over. it took about five hours to flip the truck right side up because crews has to wait for winds to die down. in pittsburg, there was a major backup on westbound higway-4 near loveridge road earlier today. these are aerials from sky-7 hd, abc 7 news. a sig alert was issued. in a small section of the highway -- only two lanes were open as cars crawled through the area. a large pothole was to blame for the traffic mess... the pothole left dozens of rain. one driver says 25 cars blew out their tires after running into the large pothole. drivers say the rain mad
has brought years of legal battles to a sudden end. kron-4's philippe djegal is live in oakland tonight.. .. with details.. and what this means for the department.. going forward. >> pam, the community town hall meeting tonight at the elementary school in oakland was supposed to be about what the police department is doing to tackle crime. also the economic state of the city. and the jobs it was all discussed but over shattered by even bigger news. in a stunning statement, police our jordan, and mayor jean quan saying that they will not be subject to a federal of pointed receivership. >> we have a filing a later this afternoon on a compromise that has been signed by the plaintiffs, the writers case, the oakland police officers association and ourselves. >> for now, the department can avoid federal intervention. all sides have agreed to a compliance that things are completed. >> it is not final until things are ruling on it. because we all signed and. and the judge gave this this opportunity to lead directly with the plaintiffs. and work out the deal. >> the representation and t
coverage continues with kron four's philippe djegal. he's in the easteets were still busy with shoppers despite the damp conditions. >> reporter: it has been a cold and damp night in walnut creek but that has not stopped people from coming out to do their shopping or inshore the evening with their friends, family. take a look. they are also enjoying their evening but it is a dark cloud coverage played out in downtown walnut creek. the streets were wet and people were walking up and down the sidewalk. at broadway plaza trying to find the best deal but they were doing that with their boots, jackets and the knee hafts and they do not have a problem with the weather at all. >> it is perfect! who knew it was christmas? >> reporter: do you feel the same way? >> and not know about perfect. >> i have been in hawaii. >> this must be a lot different than hawaii? >> when it is in hawaii it will rain and warm but here it is cold and freezing. and in hawaii, you do not even have to wear a coat if it starts to rain. >> reporter: many people brought a jacket but did not need it. i walnut creek, ft phi
earlier this week. kron four's philippe djegal was there. he spoke to family and friends still in disbelief. devastated by the loss just before the start of a new year. >> reporter: this gathering these people are heartbroken, this pamphlet of the vigil they described anthony as a man who found beauty and every person, place an experience that he met. >> just trying to get through it is a tough process. >> the grandfather, a morgan was here to pay respect and wondering how this could be. he was not a violent person >> i never thought that he would do this, he and his brother were co captains on the wrestling team in high school we just cannot understand how somebody could have done this. >> he was a stylist at this here st sign along salon. they e bichette a lot of tears. >> he was extremely gentle, kind. he was irreplaceable. you do not find people like that. >> early thursday morning, there was a nine 1 0 1 a call at these apart prince in walnut creek-he was really had his head on straight i do not know what happened that night. but i think that the outcome could have been mu
other things, a web camera, camcorder, cell phone, and bank statements. kron 4 urs philippe djegal explains what led to izumizaki's arrest and his eventual suicide. the documents stated that the victim's father was made aware of hit his relationship with his daughter. a close friend of the victim told the father about it. he discovered that text messages between his daughter in the teacher from may to september. >> he stated that there were text messages, photos shared throughout the day. the detective stated that some of those were at midnight or past 3:00 a.m. in the morning. the daughter was also listed as a friend to the teacher on his face book page. the father stated that he confronted his daughter and that she stated that she continues scene the teacher after she left the middle school. the victim told her father that they were not flirtatious and the teacher kiss and touched her. the victim told police that on three to four occasions the teacher kissed her between may and june at the middle school. the victim described the kisses as being opened mouth and that he used his t
of a sacramento week, their loved one has been found. kron four's philippe djegal is here now. with more on >> paula lane says she stayed alive by eating the tomatoes she and her boyfriend packed with them. as well as snow. roderick clifton did not live. he died while trying to find help. but paula did survive. and, her family is overwhelmed. >> "we've been through a lot in my family. my nephews, my mom, and we're very happy that she made it." the amoun linda hathaway says its >> tough to keep her composure. she breaks up while talking about the emotional rollercoaster her family's been through the past week, lane. >> "it's been a rough haul waiting all those days it or not." >> she did. >> however, her boyfriend roderick clifton did not. maria clifton says her dad's love for off-roading, may have led to his death. >> "honestly, he probably saw some cool spot where you could see the river or something cool like that and he wanted to go over there and he said, 'hey, i'm gonna try my four wheel drive and probably just go stuck in that storm that came through." >> clifton and lane vanished
lanes were re-opened just about a half hour ago. kron-4's philippe djegal is there. with more. there were two women and one man is dead. one man has moderate/major injuries and another man is in custody of suspicion of the vehicular mont manslaughter. and this is a mangled mess on the northbound 280. these two car crashed together from abc seven high- definition video. this began at 3:00 p.m. when the driver of this lexis. there were four people inside of this lexis sedan pulled into the center. >> it appeared that they were changing the tire. >> the c h p says that the 82 year-old driver of this old wagon was speeding when he collided with the alexis. he lived and three of the four victims' not living. it collided with the-lexus. >> to not stop in the center divide. if possible, exit the freeway, completely. a investigators collected evidence mapping out the crime scene at one. traffic was backed up nearly 10 mi.. in san mateo county, kron 4 news. >> the great mall in milpitas was closed for most of the afternoon today because of the mabomb threat at kohl's jeff bush explaine
the holiday weekend. kron four's philippe djegal tells us how many were made here in the bay area. >> while you were in join the family and friends the c h p was busy cracking down on impaired driving. >> looking for drivers with the d.u.i. and things that cause crashes. >> the car and maximum enforcement with extra port officers. state-wide, 1060 drivers were a arrested for driving under the influence. last year, 980 worker arrested 40 you are light during the same period. >> last year, there were arrested, 980 there were arrested for d.u.i.. our focus on the law is increasing for the arrests. >> reporter: 151 in the bay area and also three crashes that resulted in deaths. a state-wide, 26 people died. that is up from 14 from last year. >> and it on your behind through we'll you want to get there, safely >> reporter: always use a designated driver and to always wear a seatbelt. refusing to do either will keep you a hefty fine. >> be courteous. we should be courteous anyway but typically, when you are more accommodating to your fellow motorists, you are usually safer. look out for everybody
. >> with the new year, calif. will be getting a lot of new laws. kron 4 urs philippe de djegal highlights a few of them. >> the fine ford dealers who use metals will go up the big time. it will rise to up four times $250. if the new fine will be $1,000. the next line ithe next lot is due o birth control. it will allow them to prescribe medication. drivers of licenses. there are documented immigrants will be able to apply for a driver's license. these are for people who are in a federal program will came to the state as children. as long as they have not broken the law they can apply for a driver's license. >> the homeowners a bill of rights will go in affect and the start of the year. this will give homeowners more rice to battle for closure. this will be if the lenders are trying to act like them working with the bar but they're still trying to move for foreclosures. the senate bill will also stop private universities from letting people have the e- mail addresses for students. >> the time now is 8:22 a.m.. we will be right back. here is a live look at the toll plaza. the traffic is light. >>
and lesbians by the salvation army. kron four's philippe djegal explains some students want bell ringers banned from the university. >> if these government permission tgets their way, there will not have permission to come on campus ever again. >> i think it is going too far. i would disagree with the >> that they have their beliefs and that sounds like the student body is discriminatory against the salvation army. >> they passed a resolution against discriminatory practices of the salvation army and want to end the presence of the donation containers of the uc- berkeley campus. students have mixed opinions. >> from a my stamps i feel like christians should be the bigger person is so regardless of somebody being political. perhaps to the right thing going forward. >> the resolution saying that this is only services are an accepted by people about abide by the salvation army. however, the salvation army statement assess the fed is totally false all they needed to do is show a demonstrated need. >> based on gender. >> our messages to uc- berkeley were not returned to and and the salvation army ha
will be getting a lot of new laws. new at 8 kron 4 urs of philippe de djegal highrises few of them. >> more than 800 new laws will take a set starting the new year. i scanned through what pass through the state assembly and senate. this is what the governor signed what you should know. >> the bill regarding medical purposes. they stated that people that normally buy these will be brought the big time. in a few days it will be four times the $250. the fine will be $1,000. a another bill gives women access to birth control. this will now allow certified nurses, midwives, and nurse practitioners to prescribe birth control. drivers of licenses for illegals. people that are documented can apply for driver's licenses. for those who are here a legal and came to the state as a child and has not broken the law can apply for a driver's license. the homeowner's bill of rights will go into an affect. this is meant to give homeowners more rights to battle foreclosures. this set of bills will for his bed lenders from acting like they're actually working with the bar or wall tried to steal foreclose on their h
, and the complaints about it.. continue to skyrocket. djegal is live at the meeting. philippe? >> they.. and as soon as the yesterday, they are concerned about the violence. mayor jean quan and the police chief, howard jordan is that the city has reached an agreement with the plaintiffs over nine years ago. 10 years ago, the city of oakland is going to avoid federal oversight. there will be a compliance director. the compliance director will be a eventually appointed from the police department, the city of oakland as well as the plaintiffs to try to figure out to the right person to go through a list of the remaining of dozens >> >> we will get back to phillipe djegal, later. in the meantime, gary atkinson, the man charged with kidnapping, raping and beating a 16- year-old at-risk girl .... appeared in court today. he was arraigned on charges of rape, kidnapping, lewd acts upon a child, and attempted lewd acts upon a child. the victim was an autistic girl who wandered away from her caretakers last week. police say the girl was kidnapped near the bart station and taken to a residence in san >> a
more than one thousand d-u-i arrests. all just over the holiday weekend. kron four's philippe djegal here now with a closer look at the numbers. philippe. >> reporter: during a four day stretch, the california highway patrol was in a period of maximum enforcement. it started on friday and ended at midnight last night. this means all available officers were on the roads. tracking down impaired drivers. here's a look at what happened in that span. statewide, 1,060 drivers were arrested for driving under the influence. that's up from last year. when 980 drivers were arrested for d-u-i during the same period. in the bay area, there were 151 d-u-i arrests. there were also three crashes that resulted in deaths. statewide, 26 people died in car crashes. that's up from 14 last year. the c-h-p reminds drivers to always use a designated driver and to always wear a searbelt. refusing to do either can result in a heavy fine. as to why there was an increase statewide and locally. on the number of d-u-i arrests made this year compared to last. this is what the c-h-p had to say. and >> it is probab
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